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Blue Rodeo plays Winnipeg's MTS Centre Jan. 23, 2014

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Canadian country-rockers proved they've still got it at Winnipeg's MTS Centre Thursday night.

  • Blue Rodeo frontman Jim Cuddy performs a plethora of new songs from the band's latest album, In Our Nature, during Thursday night's show at Winnipeg's MTS Centre.

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    Blue Rodeo frontman Jim Cuddy performs a plethora of new songs from the band's latest album, In Our Nature, during Thursday night's show at Winnipeg's MTS Centre.

  • Around 3,500 Canadian music lovers turned out on a cold Thursday night to see Blue Rodeo perform in Winnipeg.

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    Around 3,500 Canadian music lovers turned out on a cold Thursday night to see Blue Rodeo perform in Winnipeg.

  • Keyboard player Mike Boguski, a new addition to Blue Rodeo, performed a crowd-pleasing solo during the band's 1989 track Diamond Mine.

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    Keyboard player Mike Boguski, a new addition to Blue Rodeo, performed a crowd-pleasing solo during the band's 1989 track Diamond Mine.

  • Jim Cuddy croons to Winnipeg's MTS Centre crowd Thursday night.

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    Jim Cuddy croons to Winnipeg's MTS Centre crowd Thursday night.

  • The band's sound filled the MTS Centre, even if the audience didn't.

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    The band's sound filled the MTS Centre, even if the audience didn't.

  • Blue Rodeo singer Jim Cuddy had his son Devin Cuddy and the Devin Cuddy Band (not pictured) warm up the audience during Thursday's performance at the MTS Centre in Winnipeg.

    Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press

    Blue Rodeo singer Jim Cuddy had his son Devin Cuddy and the Devin Cuddy Band (not pictured) warm up the audience during Thursday's performance at the MTS Centre in Winnipeg.

  • Blue Rodeo's Thursday night performance at Winnipeg's MTS Centre was a mellow, laid-back evening of music.

    Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press

    Blue Rodeo's Thursday night performance at Winnipeg's MTS Centre was a mellow, laid-back evening of music.

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